fatigue and frustration growing as the cleanup and recovery continues after hurricane sandy. >> life is still far from normal. the aftermath remains are big story. at least 90 people have died in the united states from sandy. power outages standard more than 4 million homes and businesses. some experts say that sandy may end up as the second most expensive storm in history. ranked behind hurricane katrina. >> troops and heavy equipment continued to move into the strike zone. >> the tattered road to recovery, and littered with debris. >> every single person on this block lost everything.
>> crews are clearing away what they can. supplies and support are pouring in, but there is not enough to meet the overwhelming need. >> this is not something that is going to be over until long time. >> charging stations provide survivors with a lifeline. the subway in new york is slowly coming back online. as officials race to get ready for the marathon this weekend, some are frustrated saying it is too soon and the waste of valuable resources. >> the city of new york is talking about getting water out of the battery tonneau. and preparing for a marathon. do you see that disconnect? >> in some of the hardest-hit communities, the water may be anger ut the residents' is still rising.
>> the views show what could've happened to us. look at the widespread damage. she got a chance to see the devastation around her family's vacation home. parts of the area are just unrecognizable. >> this was planned before it sandy came through. car -- this was planned before sandy came through. there were houses there, each comment. 335 went right through there. now it is a brand new in left. -- inlet. mandatory evacuations were ordered for the communication -- communities. that explains why no deaths in that area have been reported. no word yet on when residents
will be able to get back into their homes. nbc will host a benefit telethon tomorrow night at 8:00. it will be carried by all the networks of nbc universal. the benefit will feature performances by bruce springsteen, billy joel, a stain, just to name a few -- sting, just to name a few. money collected will be donated to the american red cross relief for hurricane sandy. >> travel is slowly getting back to normal. la guardia airport reopened today, but still has numerous cancellations. amtrak announced numerous service and regional service will resume tomorrow between boston and washington, d.c. subway trains were not running south of midtown or out to midtown.
greyhound and put bus are running nearly normal schedules. -- bolten bus are running at nearly normal schedules. go to wbaltv.com. getting in and around western maryland is really proving to be treacherous because of the snowfall. garrettalley toured county today. the governor says his main concern is getting help to senior citizens, the sick and disabled. fema has moved its headquarters out west. bge reports that more than 90 acres -- 90% of customers have had their power restored -- 98% of customers that have their power restored. the highest concentrations of outages are in baltimore county. >> to be zero separate water
main breaks in northeast baltimore -- two separate water main breaks in northeast baltimore had crews very busy. >> how long are they thinking traffic is going to be impacted? >> it is still not clear. public works official said it could be as many as a few days before the roads are reopened. before about 40 residences and businesses get their water restored. you can see that crews are still on the scene tonight working to restore that water main break. public works crews hard work during morning rush hour. just hours later, another break the 4600 block of york road.
>> both breaks are unrelated. they happen to occur within six or seven hours of each other. >> the culprit is one already well-known. >> one of those things that happens with old infrastructure. >> morgan state university was affected by the break, but no residences are without water. the road is closed. >> we expect it will take two more days for that to be repaired. >> on york road, 40 homes and businesses are without water. one of them is a day care which had to be evacuated. another is the movie lounge. >> we open at 40 -- we open at 4:00. we cannot serve anything without water. >> official said they're working hard to improve the infrastructure, replacing pipes
more than a century old. >> we are increasing how many miles of infrastructure we replace every year. we hope to be up to 40 miles a year. >> east cold spring lane is still close. here in the 4600 block of york road, there is one lane open to traffic. if either of those roads is a part of your morning commute, you'll want to leave a little early or avoid the area altogether. >> of baltimore city police officer is facing charges in the case of alleged corruption. the detective faces eight criminal counts for allegedly lying about a drug purchase to obtain a search warrant. he is also accused of obstructing justice. he also faces two counts of misconduct. the alleged incident took place in march. baltimore city police
commissioner says his department will not tolerate criminal wrongdoing or corruption. >> city homicide detective said member arrest in northeast baltimore. the 16-year-old is in custody tonight in connection to the killing of the 41-year-old michael allen. police found him suffering from a gunshot wound to the head. he was taken to the hospital where he later died. officials in anne arundel county set the middle school student brought a loaded begun to school. -- bb gun to school. the principal said officials learned the student had apparently threatened at least two students and warned them not to tell anyone that he had a gun. that student was taken into custody. >> police are looking for a man responsible for a sex offense against a six-year-old girl.
it allegedly happened inside the family dollar stores. we're live at police headquarters with details. >> investigators say he approached this little girl as she stood in line with adult family member. investigators got the suspects picture from a surveillance picture. sometime during his trip to the store on october 21, the man walked up to a six-year-old girl and sexually assaulted her. >> the victim was standing in line with a family member when an unknown individual sexually assaulting her. >> investigators did not go into specific details of the attack, but employees try to stop the man as he ran out of the store. >> i am shocked, but i am not, because those things happen around your a lot.
-- around here a lot. >> the man is described as hispanic, with a medium build and two gold teeth. investigators have made no specific connections to other sexual assaults and baltimore city, but they're not ruling it out. >> maybe you do not know his name, but you may know the neighborhood, maybe where he works. >> i hope they find the person. i would not want this to happen to anyone still drink. -- anyone's children. >> the girl was taken to the hospital, but she had no serious physical injuries. anyone who recognizes the man in the picture should call the baltimore city child abuse unit. >> the presidential campaign is
back on tonight and a case for both candidates -- the pace is frantic. >> dueling ads for question 6. claims being made by those against same-sex marriage, we will check the facts. >> your forecast is coming next.
>> the race for the white house is back to full speed tonight. both sides are trying out their final pitches to voters. president obama picked up new york city mayors michael bloomberg's endorsement today. after taking time now to deal with super storm sandy, the president made stops in
wisconsin, nevada, and colorado. mitt romney try to keep his momentum going with a stop in virginia. a new poll shows the president has a statistically significant lead over mitt romney in iowa. >> is -- we're talking about same-sex marriage referendum question. we asked david collins to find out what is true and what isn't. >> is gay marriage happens here, schools could teach that boys can merry boys. >> this claim is false. question six has nothing to do with public school curriculum. it recognizes same-sex marriage. a pretax clergy from having to perform marriage -- it protect clergy from having to perform marriage ceremonies.
>> after massachusetts redefine marriage, local schools taught to children and the second grade. courts ruled parents had no right to take their children out of class. >> this claim is misleading. they're referring to a case for a second grade teacher read about in titled "king anf king." he brought home a book called "who is in a family?" it was not required reading. the parkers all the lawsuits, but it did not challenge the use of the bucks. they wanted the school to provide them prior notice. the case was dismissed. court records indicate the massachusetts parental notification statute requires public schools to notify parents when their children are being taught about sex or human sexuality. the teacher was promoting the
tolerance of different types of families, including those with same-sex parents. >> same-sex marriage could be taught in the local maryland schools. >> of this claim its faults. -- it is faults. -- is false. state does not give involved with local board decisions. the material is vetted by parents, teachers, and the community. officials said this subject has never been an issue in maryland. >> polls show a wide margin of support for same-sex marriage. since opponents adds. the tv airwaves, the latest survey indicates voters are split. >> early voting in maryland runs through tomorrow. the polls will be open from 8:00 until 9:00 p.m.. for a list of early voting
sites, head to our website. the governor's office says anyone in line at 9:00 we'll get to cast their ballots. >> your insta-weather-plus forecast with tom tasselmyer -- >> look at this time lapse video of sandy moving through ocean city. it goes from saturday afternoon all the way until tuesday morning. this is a fraction of it, but you can see the entire video online. pretty neat stuff to watch that storm coming through. we're still dealing with the effects of it. the chilly air still being dragged down into the mid- atlantic. even some scattered rain showers in the area. the high today on this first of november, 12 degrees below average. 86 is the record high.
up there just to the east of eastern canada. along with that comes the cool air and an occasional scattered showers. with a counterclockwise circulation, it is being pulled down into the mid-atlantic. only 38 degrees in pittsburgh. 48 at the airport. 51 downtown. ocean city is in the 40's. weather disturbances coming in will trigger an occasional shower. a few more snow showers in the mountains of to our last. iran baltimore, 37 -- around baltimore, 37. the swirl of clouds that is sandy, still in place for tomorrow, that drags another front through the area.
that means our temperatures stay below normal going into the upcoming weekend. a sprinkle or a shower in the morning, a little break in the cloud cover in the afternoon. a little more sunshine expected saturday, the best day of the weekend. our next real chance for any major precipitation hold off until the middle of next week. for tomorrow, a 51-56 degrees. a small craft advisory remains on the bay tomorrow. in the western maryland mountains, this note is winding down. a few more snow showers tonight. maybe a flurry tomorrow. temperatures into the weekend only in the 30's in western maryland. 50's on the eastern shore. kind of breezy through the
weekend. this weekend, we go back to standard time. we turn the clock back in our-- an hour. check the batteries in your smoke detector. it is a good time to do that twice a year. a chance for a sprinkles tomorrow, breezy and cool. sunny skies on saturday. monday looks nice. election day, the clouds will be increasing. >> thank you. cannot go anywhere. -- do not go anywhere. >> jamie lee curtis. she does not fool around.
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>> this is 11 sports. >> the negative emotion comes from our recent history. last year, ray rice ran for more than 200 yards in cleveland. he has yet to score a touchdown on the road this year. the ravens have struggled on offense on the road. sunday, as the ravens head to cleveland, he knows the importance of coming out of this and moving the ball and scoring early and often.
>> one thing we are not quite as good at on the road as we are at home is being on the same page. it might be any combination. tomorrow night, we will get a sneak peek of the basketball team. they will play an exhibition game in college park against indiana, pennsylvania. >> there on the verge of their first exhibition game. four freshmen, two sophomores. he is not thrilled with the youth. >> i am not sure i can start five guys. i do not want to go hoosiers on you.
it is tough to pick. i have been disappointed in the last couple of days of practice because i feel like i wanted a little bit more than they do. it cannot be that way. >> on filtered frustrations from a coach. >> he has been rough on us because he expects so much out of us. we listen carefully to what he says. >> i love him, man. it is a good experience. >> the exhibition game, a week later, in brooklyn, against kentucky. they will know where they stack up early on this season. >> a huge expectations of
waiting maryland women's team. last year, thomas led the squad that will open the season ranked fifth in the country. she gives md. more than just star power. should give some our role model. -- she gives them a role model. >> when your best player is your hardest worker, a great things are going to happen for you. she sets the example every single day. she sets her own standard. >> despite all of the ravaging of sandy, new york will run through its problems this weekend. the new york marathon is on. more than 47,000 took part last year. a great deal of debate about whether they should hold the race or not. he said it could bring as much as $340 million to the economy.
>> that is the greatest power of sporting events. it brings communities together and helps people have a positive -- >> i can see both sides. the resources and the difficulties. i do think it'll be good for everybody to is there. >> it draws national attention. if any city can stand up to difficulty, it is new york. >> stay with us.
>> all little is what we get tomorrow. a chance of getting a little sunshine in the afternoon. temperatures stayed below normal. sunshine is what we're looking for on saturday. clouds increasing on election day. the storm stays away until wednesday. >> not a big one. >> early voting tomorrow if you are so inclined. >> good night, everybody.
it's oysternomics 101. you start with a u.s. senator named ben. by helping restore thousands of acres of oyster beds, he kept hundreds of oystermen on the job... which keeps wholesalers in business... and that means more delivery companies... making deliveries to more restaurants... which hire more workers. and that means more oystermen. it's like he's out here with us.
he's my friend, ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin, and i approved this message. >> announcer: it's "the tonight show with jay leno," featuring rickey minor and "the tonight show" band. tonight, jay welcomes -- jamie lee curtis. from the world series champions, san francisco giants, sergio romo and barry zito.